Castrol India has introduced an EV-readiness training programme for mechanics to continue supporting mechanic upskilling and to contribute towards the transition to greener and more sustainable mobility.
Mechanics play an integral role in the automotive aftermarket. However, one of the key knowledge gaps for mechanics is the lack of sufficient training around the latest automotive technologies.
A press release from the company said that the programme was held from 13 to 16 September in New Delhi, covering over 100 top-tier car and bike mechanics. The training was supported and endorsed by Automotive Skills Development Council (ASDC). After completion of the training, the mechanics were evaluated through a quiz to test their knowledge and understanding on EVs. They were also awarded with a certificate of completion at ASDC’s Skill India Conclave held on 23 September in Delhi. Read more.